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St Arnaud

More than just a pitstop destination en route to Midura, St Arnaud is well worth lingering in a little while. Pull up a stool at one of the lively historic pubs in town, then work off your country pub meal with a wander through town.

History abounds

Learn about St Arnaud's gold-rush history. Dubbed 'New Bendigo' in the mining era, St Arnaud's past is still reflected in the grand buildings along the Cultural Heritage Trail, which features the post office, the old court house and Victoria's oldest fire station.

Wander the manicured gardens of Pioneer Park and the Queen Mary Gardens, and admire the town's cast-iron lace work verandas. If you're in town in November, celebrate the town's history with the locals at the annual St Arnaud Festival.

Park adventures

Drive on out to St Arnaud National Park and follow the four-wheel drive tracks or walking trails. Spot native wildlife and vibrant spring wildflowers, and venture down to the Teddington Reservoir to camp out or fish in the nearby lakes and rivers.

Local attractions

Visit the Bible Museum and check out the collection of bibles, stamps, tapestries and more. Don't miss the Bible Museum's adjoining Butterfly Garden to see its many colourful residents fluttering about.

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St Arnaud

Museums

The Bible Museum

The Bible Museum has on display historic bibles which offer a rare insight into the development of the English language and also the story of writing...

National parks & reserves

St Arnaud Range National Park

St Arnaud Range National Park features mainly steep, forested terrain and is an ideal place to experience what the forests of Central Victoria were...

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